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Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2013 4:00am EST
and draw lines straight to technology. is important but we need to think more broadly than that. >> i think without a doubt that startups and technology are intimately linked. tech is one of the absolute standardbearers, one of the hot topics in terms of taking the u.k. start up seen fourth. a half a million number is a business every minute. every sector you can think about. .ech is a proven winner that is driving an awful lot of start up activity. >> is a crowding out others? is a danger that we see that and crowd out others? >> everything so great i think technology is so ubiquitous and across the many things, historic sectors like advanced goingcturing have so much on. there's no doubt about it. technology is driving a huge amount of progress right now. jobs in london have come out of the tech sector. 90,000 brilliant firms that are driving it. i think we should be championing the fact that tech is a big heart of the story about why britain is back in business now. they might have an argument with that. >> neil from the outside, what more can we be doing? what more can we be doing to he
Bloomberg
Dec 5, 2013 6:00am EST
- called 4g technology and they had to wait. >> china mobile in particular, it has the most subscribers but only 45% of the nations three g users. >> apple need to china mobile. >> cinergy partnership for both of them. >> cinergy partnership. carl icahn has been making waves as well. harvard poll from showing a majority of young people not on board with the president's health care plan. they are not interested in signing up. according to the survey, only 22% of young americans between 18 and funny nine plan to sign up. a third of >> which -- between 18 and 29 plan to sign up. leaked -- >> news that they released it. >> those are the front-page story. >> we have two wonderful guest hosts. -- betath beta workds, works. chief investment officer. likef these cute spellings tumblr. and we have tim adams. president and chief executive officer -- i can say this -- institute for international finance. he is a former undersecretary for international affairs at the state department and was policy -- policy director for bush- cheney campaign out of the state of kentucky as well. it is an important
Al Jazeera America
Dec 2, 2013 10:00am EST
, it's often said if you want to understand the latest piece of technology you should ask a child. but a new survey suggests that there is a price to be paid. let's go back to lauren. >> that's right. children may be one step ahead of their parents when it comes to the latest gadgets but it comes at a cost of traditional skills such as handwriting or spelling. >> it's playtime at this nursery, and these toddlers are exercising their coloring and drawing skills. they're also learning to cut and paste. not just with paper and glue but on computers. with technology being a central part of every day life they need to figure out how to point and click. >> this daycare facility in west london has a special technology course for children once a week. they learn on computers like this. by the time they reach school age they know how to navigate a keyboard and a computer mouse. but there are concerns that the early use of tablets and computers is making it difficult for children to learn tasks like using a pen and pencil and the use of a computer makes it difficult for children to learn ne
CNN
Dec 7, 2013 4:00pm PST
? >> absolutely. i'd have to say the technology is so pervasive and so precise, it really must be used to our advantage and clearly the nsa is working within parameters that have been prescribed legally. we have the fisa court that allows to us do that. so the united states is taking advantage of some technologies and capabilities to really do the very, very best it can in terms of tracking those that have -- that the united states has great interest on and known terrorists. and as a result of that, absolutely some innocents will be caught up in this. but because of the nature of the technology and the direction that we want to take this, those innocents, much like brian todd described, will be sifted away and swept away and not used in any type of ongoing tore developing investigation and/or operation. >> so, christopher with the aclu, let me ask you this, do you see any value to this kind of surveillance or do you think it's run amuck? >> this is not a surveillance program targeted at people suspected of doing something wrong. this is getting vast achlts of data from people who have done no
CBS
Dec 4, 2013 4:00am PST
to benefit. now this we now that we're getting technology fixed, we need to go back and take a look at what's actually going on because it can make a difference in your lives and the lives of your families, and maybe it won't make a difference right now fw you're feeling healthy, but i promise you, if somebody in your family, heaven forbid, gets sick, you'll see the difference. >> reporter: the president said more than half a million people are already poised to get health insurance for the first time starting january 1st, but republicans are more energetic than ever about repealing the law. even democrats may seek changes if lagging enrollment figures don't improve. planked by individuals already helped by health reform, mr. obama spoke to that new political reality. >> i will work with anybody to implement and improve this law effectively. if you've got good ideas, bring them to me. let's go. but we're not repealing it as long as i'm president. >> reporter: the president's advisers can see mr. obama is on the defensive and more campaign-style events are needed to resell obama care. the ne
Bloomberg
Dec 5, 2013 2:00pm EST
it takes to get out? >> technology is disrupting all kinds of businesses, vacation rentals included. it comprises almost one million paid listings in 171 countries. with me from austin, texas. company,se of your more room to relax, less cost than a traditional hotel. >> we started this business in 2005 and the demand keeps going up. just in the u.s. and europe alone, 21 million families own second homes and vacation outlets. better than it has ever been. see demand up sharply over the year before. >> not that surprisingly, there are a lot of sunny spots where people who have vacation homes want to rent. >> no matter what time of the year, you find that the beach is always the most attractive option. tends to comprise 70% of vacations. we see beach at the top of the list, hawaii, various marks and florida always the biggest. mix of skietty big destinations, two. breckenridge, lake tahoe, aspen colorado. >> how do you make your money? companies and people are paying you to list homes. is there any other revenue source? >> the question changing quite a bit has been big news over the la
Al Jazeera America
Dec 2, 2013 1:00pm EST
on computers. with technology being in the central part of everyday life, they also need to figure out how to point ant click. this care facility in west london has a special technology course for the children each week. they learn on computers like this. by the time they reach school age they know how to navigate the computer keyboard and the mouse. but it's making difficult for children to learn a simple task of 11ing a pen and pencil, or persevere at new things. own 53% of boys aged five are able to write simple stores or list at the expected level. in girls that number is 69%. the manager here says getting the balance right is essential. >> whether we provide scissors, pencils, felt tip or even brushes to do their painting we are teaching no skills. we are developing them grasping to palm ar grip or prepencil. i would say it's the balance of both. we've got to give children the exposure because technology is going to be their future as well. >> under a new early learning curriculum in the u.k, children are expected to use the range of technology used at home and in school. they are als
CSPAN
Dec 3, 2013 7:00am EST
support line from kentucky. i completely support drones and all technology. being usedto see it for anything other than flying death machines. you can't stop technology, and technology can be used to benefit ma'am. i think this is a wonderful play. are going to have people am being the drones paid their own high paid salaries. because down on pollution, cuts down on so many different things. i just don't see any downside to something like that. host: a previous color was a former postal worker and said that the person who would normally be delivering would no longer have a job. but you are still going to have people that are going to be producing -- manufacturing the drones. you are going to have people selling the drones. people operating the drones, there are a whole lot more people getting jobs. it may not be a one-to-one trade-off. the industry association that has been the unmanned aircraft did a study on the economic benefits these types of commercial uses could produce. it says -- that is by the association behind these types of aircraft. they estimated those figures e
PBS
Dec 6, 2013 6:30pm PST
ultimate combination so free activities and technologies i was a leaky production for example sets the world but taking a vow to keep the production ranks world's number two together comes the summer ltd ground by the psyche as to what would the ground but he's totally sell the highway. eight hours of sun exposure wakes up for twenty four hours a night it's also what approved and pressure resistant which makes it easier to apply in the teen ricky sign the main exhibition hall built was over two thousand eco friendly products has become a perfect showroom as well as the marketing side information and communication technology industry in brazil is bringing about a rapid changes in everything from buses to schools have been connected to mobile broadband networks to improve citizens' quality of life. with a country set to host the football world cup in twenty fourteen and the atlantic in twenty s to bot national infrastructure. all three brazil's global niche as a rapidly emerging economy priscilla has received about two hundred billion dollars in foreign direct investment in the past
Bloomberg
Dec 5, 2013 4:00am EST
car. it is a car that is loved and followed all over the world. it has modern technology, but the styling tells you it is a mustang. it is a lighthouse banner car rollout 25 cars in five years in our european launch that we announced a few months ago. was the first iteration of the mustang, the one that was in "goldfinger." i did ask him at the end. what is your favorite mustang? he said, i was a marketing plan manager in detroit for mustang in 1992 and he said, i have to go with the 1991-1992 mustang which was read, a red convertible with a white interior. , that was the car that made me fall in love with the mustang. >> the 65-67 shelby were nice cars as well. so, ford opening the door with the mustang. gm closing the door with chevy. >> it is incredible. talk about timing. gm announcing today, chevrolet, expandingare doing is . still will be a presence in russia. you can still buy chevy brand in europe if you want. some iconic brands will remain within europe such as the corvette. why are they removing themselves? deliveries in the first 10 months of the year down by 1
Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2013 2:00am EST
. the guestrooms and public areas are getting a new look, an update from its neoclassical feel. new technologies being installed, all being done with an eye to the building's history. among the auction highlights, to crystal chandeliers with a price of over $8,000. this oil painting which the hotel hopes will fetch over $65,000 or differs items are bit much for your flat, and how about silver cutlery, crystal champagne glasses and silver napkin holders? hotel closes next week and will reopen in autumn next year. angus bennett, bloomberg. >> i think i have all the crystal chandeliers i can pay for. >> quite cheap, actually, 8000. a hospital before? >> our next guest says tapering in the u.s. means the economy has well and truly arrived back in the bridal. stay with us. -- as well and truly arrived bridle. stay with us. ♪ >> welcome back to "countdown." i mark barton. >> our next guest says the introduction of tapering in the u.s. could be bad for investors and probably worse for equities and bonds. let's caso minds back to the end of last week. we had some data on job creation in the u.s. tha
CNBC
Dec 5, 2013 4:00am EST
believe that will remain and technology needs to develop to meet that base demand. >> one of the big success of smartphones is cost of data. is that going to come down? >> i think this will, of course, bring things down. we need to be more efficient in our equipment. but also the scale will push down the price of the hand sets. we made the rough calculation that will reduce the dollars on a smartphone, 100 million people on this earth can afford it. and this is a scale of markets where basically the same technology is very important. >> one of the problems i think i have is not speed. i know we talk about 3g to 4g. it's actually capacity. it doesn't matter how fast you go, if it gets full, it doesn't work, right? how is capacity going to change? >> a couple of things. first of all, you need to invest in capacity and operators in general are doing that. secondly, we that spend $5 billion u.s. a year, we need to have even more sophisticated technology that can handle more and more data loans, more and more frequencies. that's where we're doing all the time to actually capture that and
CNBC
Dec 6, 2013 3:00pm EST
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CNBC
Dec 6, 2013 4:00am EST
of reasons the money should go to the united states. >> if you look at technology, you've got outperformance by a lot of start-up companies, you've got enormous regulation, and you're seeing almost a rerating towards more manufacturing in the states. when you talk about a stock market that's going to go higher, will it be across the board? >> the sectors are obviously going to differ from one another according to their prospects. we're optimistic about autos and parts, for example, we're optimistic about the banks, which has largely straightened out their problems and i think we're easily optimistic about tech because the tech earnings are remarkably stable. and, you know, the -- it's a volatile sector, so if the thing is going up, it will go up. i'm not suggesting for a moment that on valuation terms this market should be way higher. i don't think it's grossly overpriced at the moment, but i don't think it should be way higher. i'm simply saying that the weight of money will often take things up beyond what they're worth. >> many out there are still calling a higher ek market for european s
CNBC
Dec 6, 2013 9:00am EST
technology. a 50,000-pound, ingeniously wired machine that optimizes raw data to help safely discover and maximize resources in extreme conditions. our current situation seems rather extreme. why can't we maximize our... ready. ♪ brilliant. let's get out of here. warp speed. ♪ >>> take a look at the dow 30 heat map. looks like they're all in the green for now. google led a fresh record high. a lot going on. if you're just joining us, today's employment number, 203,000 for the month on november, 7% unemployment. the question is did you nail the number? this week we asked to you tweet us your predictions for november payroll. the lucky winner will win a piece of our old set saw t, autographed to the "squawk on the street" gang. we'll announce the winner later in the program. you said over. technically you were right. >> i feared north of 250. two groups people should be focused on, the insurers do very well, their assets go up a bit and then the housing stocks because people were betting against the housing stocks, betting mortgage rates were going to rise. take a look. home depot.
FOX News
Dec 3, 2013 6:00am PST
are spending more money, we have more technology being put into education than ever before so we are doing something wrong and we need to figure out what it is. so what do we do with this information? >> there is a lot to learn from this. you know a very important point. if we are spending more. we are spending more than most of the countries in the world and we don't have enough to show for it. also the point is that radical change is possible. upstarred countries like finland and poland, they turn them around. they are using high standard and high regard for teachers. perhaps most hearting for the u.s. we are told many of these countries turning themselves around are using innovation that started in the u.s. but it's not just ideas, it's many implementation. martha: there are so many factors at play here. we'll talk about it in a good debate coming up. so we ask everybody to stick around. good to see you. bill: fox news alert. minutes from now house speaker john boehner on the obamacare reboot. you will see this in a matter of minutes as soon as it starts. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] it s
Bloomberg
Dec 5, 2013 1:00am EST
. to technology, it is easy for a carmaker to look at different models using the same set of parts. other components could be shared so each model does not require -- if in the olden days you have to sell 100,000 cars of a given even, now you can sell three different models at -- $30,000 each. not that there are not pitfalls. mercedes stop selling one of its models. automakers have very curious -- they're clever things you can do. it doesn't always mean you should. there.grobart out anned to find admission. ♪ >> welcome back to "countdown." i am anna edwards. >> i am mark barton. the ford mustang is gearing up in the narrow streets of europe for the first time. iconic american car will go on sale in the region. we are joined by the ford president. he joins us from barcelona with that latest car that will be unveiled this afternoon. thank you for joining us. pleasure. good morning to you. >> why has it taken 50 years for to sell the ford mustang in europe? that is a great opening question. business people are so interested in the mustang. they imported themselves. darwin million facebook
Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2013 5:00am EST
technology. a number of technology giants have called on president gong to have greater restrictions on government security. looking the companies for? >> what they want the government o do is curtail their electronic surveillance programs. it is eight of the biggest tech written an o have open letter to president obama and the congress. today.s in papers effectively they appear to be more specific in what they want. one thing they want is there to the authority o of the government to access online. e-mail and data we heard effectively that kind c.e.o. of t from the google saying we have been doing in terms of encryption and -- of data but we have learned the government is taking the data servers. so that undermines our effort. that is the first thing is see put on the government's ability and authority to access information in the world. >> but what we are talking about only way the n.s.a. is collecting data. page fectively what larry is talking about is the n.s. afpa. muscular that the world learned about in october here they gained access and kind of joked about it leaked by andd
Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2013 7:00pm EST
. there will be testing. the technology will be demonstrated in a mock auction. one of the big complaints about the exchange was not adequate into to and testing before it launched. >>, god, for over 30 years, -- coming up, for over 30 years iranand israeli -- relations have been strained. "bottom line"n continues. ♪ >> welcome back. this is "bottom line," on bloomberg television and streaming on your phone, tablet, and on bloomberg.com. lesson of the equity markets finished. s&p roseose to -- the to another record. let's look at the numbers. the broader index was up to 180 8. dow was up. nasdaq was up six points. you the stories behind the numbers. su is in the newsroom with the details. >> a good evening. people get more comfortable with the idea that that may begin to taper. fed may begin to taper. could impact from the vockel rule create more ways? had this to say. >> it is a possibility we will be going to far. watch and see. i am not being a pessimist. i am being pragmatic. -- i do think i know more about adult margins than most. i am alarmed it may be too far. it may have unintended is
Al Jazeera America
Dec 9, 2013 10:00am EST
jazeera, kabul, afghanistan. >> the world's biggest technology companies are demanding to u.s. surveillance laws. they have written an open letter to president obama and they say the government needs to preserve people's trust in the internet. what are they demanding and are they proposing reforms. >> reporter: that's a good question, but first what they're demanding from the u.s. government is five principles to be respected. the core principles is the end to the mass data collecting. we've learned from edward snowdon is the collecting and storing. they say that has to end. there has to be more of a legal framework and more accountability and transparency about these operations. they're very worried. these internet companies say they're worried as a result customers around the world simply aren't going to use their services if there is going to be a direct line to the government. as you suggested there are questions that aren't addressed. for stars, why do these companies collect so much information about us in the first place. maybe if they didn't collect so much informat
PBS
Dec 9, 2013 6:30am PST
resources technology and media tend to turn to industry me a note isms which then spread sparking worries that the french line which is being watered down. some native speakers have a hard time thinking of french translations are commonly used english words. stamps are this is a few small pots it was. boy some close ups as philly's own way. let us instead of. if league action it's important to make an entrance. you see the contents or the french language and they don't reject foreign religions that every country has an identity as a protected act out the front is broadcasting watchdog agrees its meeting on monday to discuss the pretty freakin of wrongdoing in the media and the reference on tv. that's really the sports music in boston. what a mime all his calls and nigeria seems to be on course to become africa's biggest economy with an average annual growth rate of around six or seven percent over the past decade. it looks set to overtake south africa today am speaking to the woman who's in charge of this rising economic power and cozy up onto it we are not is the finance minister of nige
CNBC
Dec 2, 2013 6:00am EST
to a dangerous financial bubble and may end badly. he describes the financial and technology sectors as overvalued and says, i am most worried about the boom in the u.s. stock market. also because our economy is still weak and vulnerable. he's talked about irrational exub ber rangs in the past. when he wrote it last time there were still several years. >> he said that. and in what i read, he said, not yet. i'm not saying we're here yet. >> right. you can't be always right with the timing. he sees stuff starting to build up and he's worried about how it will end. >> now we listen to him more because he has a nobel price. >> and the case shiller index. >> i saw it on one of the aggregation sites. nobel economist. oh, it's shiller. yeah, because he just won. anyway, that gives you some additional -- you think it matters. i -- >> you don't? >> no. >> winning a nobel give you anymore foresite? >> it's not a nobel. he did not set aside any money for economic prizes, alfred nobel. >> in the '60s. >> the society made this up. >> should we recap the running five-year debate over whether the n
CNBC
Dec 9, 2013 3:00pm EST
. stick with technology. get the new flexcare platinum from philips sonicare and save now. philips sonicare. >>> as markets try to build on friday's big gain dominic chu has stocks making big moves today. >> the deal news of the day. cisco, the food company, announcing it's merging with u.s. foods in a deal worth $3.5 billion, sent shares of cisco soaring and still up 7% on this news. given imaging is spiking more than 26% after kavidian said it's buying it. they make pills that take photo inside your body. another stock popping, twitter, up more than 9% session highs. some investors are expressing optimism about the new tools for advertising and advertisers. one other stock showing healthy momentum going into the holiday season is estee lauder. this is the sometime of year when consumers flock to cosmetic counters for holiday gifts. will all of that holiday traffic translate into profits for the perfume producer? back to you. >> we are just two weeks and two days away from christmas. kelly and i have not begun shopping yet. after a somewhat disappointing black
Bloomberg
Dec 5, 2013 10:00am EST
technology making its way into the world of sneakers. 3-d printing technology, digital manufacturing is helping to change the look and feel of shoes. i asked him if he would be using these new shoes when he was expected to be playing for the first time since his injury on friday night. here's what he had to say. --i'll probably be able probably be wearing them. you're going to need to -- i did not hear all of the players and as you mentioned earlier, .ast year i got on the court i am thinking i should've been named in that. my skills were ridiculous. who did he name? >> bill russell, cream abdul kareem abdul- -- jabbar, magic, and larry bird. about beinghe talk a businessman? he said he doesn't want to get necessarily be a team owner. he is one of the first basketball players that win big in china. so many others have followed. if you want to be a business person after your playing career, that has to start for you and your link career. you interviewed mark ark or -- ofker, he does not go to all these events. he said kobe is a tough customer. what he in, he knows wants. he wants to t
CSPAN
Dec 1, 2013 9:30pm EST
and affordable tube, and that we use modern technology to deliver that. the conversation that the hon. lady needs to have is with the trade union that has done so much damage to our underground. we ought to have no-strike deals on the underground and permanent systems that provide a good service. >> earlier this week in brighton, i was tested for hiv. this sunday is world aids day. in view of the fact that one in five people with hiv in this country does not know that they have it, does the prime minister agree that regular testing is to be encouraged? >> i pay tribute to my hon. friend, all hon. members across the house and everyone in politics who campaign so persistently and consistently on this issue. it is vital that we improve the livelihoods of people who have hiv and aids in the uk, but it is also vital that we continue working internationally, including through our aid budget, to tackle hiv and aids around the world. we can be proud of the money that we have put into things such as the global fund and of the fact that this country has achieved the target of 0.7% of gross national income,
CNBC
Dec 9, 2013 2:00pm EST
is better than a year before that. i would be looking at opportunities in the industrials area, technology area, even in some consumer des kregs nary names. all cyclical areas. we think if they're starting to taper because they see the worldwide economy doing better and i think that will help cyclical earnings. >> all right. stuart and zane, thank you very much. >> protests continue in ukraine as hundreds of thousands of demonstrators take to the streets in anti-government rallies. just one of several political hot spots that have been bubbling up across the globe. let's bring in michele caruso cabrera. is there a common theme in the anti-government themes across the world? >> citigroup has tried to coin a new phrase about the situation we're seeing in ukraine and thailand. they call it the vox risk in the emerging markets. vox iss latin for voice of the people, not just ukraine and thailand, russia, brazil, egypt, turkey, india, where we've seen people rising up. see the video out of ukraine it's gotten talk because they've knocked down a statute of vladimir ledden. why it was there i don
Bloomberg
Dec 5, 2013 3:00am EST
a year and it is 25 million more a year. it will be the technology that promotes faster downloads. it will give you a network inside of china. there are two trips to china this year. and you look at the revenue the potential of selling the rep -- the potential of selling it, you will see why. it is 13% and, in terms of revenue, it represents a massive market for apple and it looks like it has cleared a regulatory hurdle. >> he has been busy. what is the latest on the calls to boost the stock buyback? >> he is: for a buyback and he is pushing for a shareholder vote. , you cannotting have a vote on this. we have him dialing back to demands. he is lowering that a little bit. some reports say this 50 billion. he is also disclosing his size of state and be .5% of apple is what carl icon has. it is nonbinding and that is a crucial distinction. for -- toorce apple put out more money. they will unload from their books. >> thank you for that update. these are the top headlines. the bank of england is seeking an exemption from a stress test. herell conduct an example and convince regulators
CNN
Dec 4, 2013 6:00am PST
accidents are fatigue-related. and there are technologies that have been introduced that are required by federal law in many locomotives and trains particularly out west where there is a lot of dead slow time on the track where people fall asleep. but surprisingly 70% of those accidents that i already mentioned that are fatigue related have already occurred in trains that were already equipped with the current generation of alert monitoring devices. so this is still and ongoing problem. there are a lot of suggestions being made, one suggestion is that we need to have some kind of stimulating environment in the locomotive cab. one suggestion has been to include music to actually have audio entertainment to actually keep people awake, keep people stimulated, keep people involved in their environment in the locomotive cab. >> steven, thanks so much for joining me. appreciate it. >>> all new with the next hour of newsroom, it is a difficult and extremely dangerous job that has been riddled with problems. when a tsunami tore through the fukushima nuclear plant and led to the toughest nucle
LINKTV
Dec 6, 2013 5:00am PST
days. they say it's a proven technology and poses little danger. >>> residents of cities across northeastern japan have seen crews working to rebuild their neighborhoods, even if they complain about the pace of reconstruction. some people who live in smaller communities say they can't get the help they need. so one group of architects has stepped in to change what they see around them. here's nhk world's yuko aotani. >> reporter: shoko fukuya has knead her career as an architect but she doesn't design many buildings these days. instead she walks around northeastern japan talking to locals and doing research. how much of these fishermen's lives have returned to normal? >> translator: production wise, they're catching about half of what they used to, but it varies from one area to another. >> reporter: fukuya teaches architecture in the city of sendai. she was visiting tokyo on march 11th, 2011, when an earthquake hit northeastern japan. within the hour, a tsunami roared ashore and washed away building after building. >> translator: i couldn't imagine what one architect could do,
CBS
Dec 4, 2013 12:00pm EST
of rodent track magazine. >> motor sports has always been the place wherautomotive technology is pushed, where there's new ideas that get to be tried and tested and even perfected. they're learning limitations of batteries, how quickly they can take energy out and in. >> reporter: they think this electric vehicle can reach 200 miles an hour inside 10 seconds. he has fewer doubters every day . >> they go that fast but virginia and maryland state troopers will stop you on the beltway, that's for sure. >>> the only thing i can say is we've had a whacky start to meteorological winter. freezing cold, warm, and now? >> it will be well in the 60s tomorrow. sunday we could be talking ice across the region. really cold air that's coming down from canada is already in the central and northern rockies. it's going to take its time getting here. i'm concerned somewhat that sunday will be a tough day to do things outside. let's show you what's happening on our michael & son weather camera. really kind of a hazy, cloudy looking day right now. temperatures will shoot toward the mid and even upper 50s i
Al Jazeera America
Dec 2, 2013 5:00am EST
built during and sent roman times and using technology like 3d scanners and remote control and laser beams they want to see the under groundwater ways. >> translator: and the path of many acducts is not known and the reason is the ancient romans wanted to protect waterways by building these under ground to prevent enemies from cutting their water supplies. >> reporter: most did not survive the test of time but water flows nicely right next to the spanish steps and they were build in 19 before christ and supplying rome with water and it's kilometers away and 2000 years later it's still in use and yet the path and structure remain a bit of a mystery. this is where the water flows into. some of rome's most famous found tans, a celebration of the water that allowed rome to prosper and conquer the world. a few miles away the aquaduct cloud still stands. this was one of the aquaduct mapped by an archeologist who drew a map of this in the 1920s, a starting point for today's archeologist. >> translator: we traveled all over on foot or on chariots asking for people of signs of the aquaduct
Al Jazeera America
Dec 6, 2013 6:00pm EST
and hubble telescope, are you developing technology to take you further. >> we're like a baby who just learned to crawl. we need to learn how to walk and then to run. we've really taken the first steps so far. the telescopes we have can find small planets but they can't tell us what is inside the planet, the atmosphere and if there are signs of life on that. with that we need to go to the next generation of space telescope. >> it's alfas nating, but are you going to have the money, the fuel for this technology, for the invasion, are you going to have the money for the work you do in the years to come, the decade to come given that we live in these pretty austere times right now. >> the future is to be determined as you know. and it is true in some ways some people consider this a luxury science. other people have the vision to see that innovation is what keeps our incarceration ahead of the rest of the world. we need to keep that spirit alive. funding things like research will lead to all sorts of applications we can't even dream of. >> you're a dreamer. you lady a team of dreamers. it
Al Jazeera America
Dec 8, 2013 1:00pm EST
. it calls on local municipalities to find creative solutions, and technology is playing a leading role. this is the future of elderly care. a machine that lives with you in your own home. it keeps an eye on you and relatives and medical help are just a click away. giraffe allows you to enter a home from the computer via the internet and conduct visits with your loved ones. if i was your granny what can you do for me? >> take a look at the kitchen and look at the counter and sink and see if this person is able to take care of themselves and live independently. >> if granny gets tired of you, can she say good-bye. >> she can say good-bye. >> see you later. they have been using different electronic care solutions for the elderly, and the giraffe is one of the popular ones. >> people started to tell me a lot of situations where they could be more i understand pnt and gain integrity if they could have this giraffe in their home. >> reporter: inventions like the giraffe are saving money for the swedish health care system, money essential for the future care of the aging population. al jazeer
Al Jazeera America
Dec 9, 2013 1:00pm EST
want a united venezuela. >>> technology companies are demanding, surveillance, written have written an open letter to president barack obama and the congress saying we understand government has a duty to protect their citizens but this summer's revelations, highlighted the need to release government surveillance worldwide. they went on to add the balance has slipped on the way to the state and away from the individual, this undermines the freedomfreedoms we all cherish. and it's also emerged that some of those same companies and their customers have been infiltrated by intelligence agencies. microsoft's x box live network was one of them. under cover officers allegedly used games like world of war craft and second life to scout out potential informants. checked communications between millions of x box gamers. shi has more. >> the more we learn about the scale of the national security agency stages, the less likely we're to trust them. they are calling for the end of bulk data collection, after hoovering up of our international usage, around also more transparency and accountability
NBC
Dec 6, 2013 5:00am PST
retail stores. apple will use ibeacon technology which tracks customer movement in the store to offer information. if you walk by the iphone table you might get a message asking if you want to upgrade to the new model. the technology is opt in and will require customers to install the official apple store app on the idevices. >> having my friend scott mcgrew co-anchor with me. doesn't mean we're going to skip one of my favorites, gadget friday. >> i've got it here, a whistle. this goes on a dog collar. let me show you. i have video of my dog murphy. you can see it just behind his left ear. there it is on the collar. the idea, the fit bit, this is like a fit bit except for dogs. so on your iphone, you get to see what your dog has been up to. so for instance, the other day murphy had 54 minutes of exercise. you can see where he's jumped up and down on the grass there. on the right-hand side it shows 7 minutes of that was by himself and he had two walks of 25 minutes. >> how can you tell it was by himself? >> that's a good question. the answer is, it's hooked to your wi-fi, so when he d
CSPAN
Dec 2, 2013 8:00am EST
' attic. he'd invented this technology. so if you wanted to ride the radio, the way was to get your son a radio set, and he would learn morse or code and communicate with other people. it was all great fun and very social. the problem was as more and her people kid it and as transmitters got more powerful, the fact this they were operating essentially on the same frequency was a problem. the navy kept being interrupted by boys who were playing tricks on them saying there's a sinking ship over here, and companies wanted to use it as well, they wanted to be able to do broadcasting. so what happens after the first world war is that radio goes from being a social medium to -- a two-way medium to being a tightly-controlled, regulated, one-way broadcast medium. and this is interesting because it's quite familiar looking and social to start with. you've got this sort of online chat room that everyone's in within a particular city with their morse code transmitters and receivers, and then it goes to being absolutely opposite of that, to being a one-way broadcast channel. this is not social at a
CSPAN
Dec 9, 2013 4:00pm EST
for republicans. caller: i just wanted to ask why can't we, with our technological abilities now, draw down a lot of manpower and keep -- because we have many nations in the world with armies that can provide military support for the united states, for advancing democracy and freedom. i don't see why we all have to go broke to support all these other countries and their defense when there are many other nations with militaries just like ours. guest: i think daniel makes a couple of interesting points there. one of the issues diplomatically we are having is a lot of our allies are trying to cut their own defense budgets for obvious reasons, and that is a concern of the pentagon. the other point is the fact that we have so much more technology these days. i talked to several people that suggested to me that, yes, the cost per person has gone up a lot, but that makes sense considering these are not the sort of ground-pounding trigger pullers we may have had in the army 30, 40 years ago. the people in the service these days are much more highly educated and well trained. they are dealing with complex
ABC
Dec 6, 2013 7:00am PST
. scott contends the new technology that allows them to screen and select the viable embryo, makes the success rate almost as good as when two or more are used. >> they need fewer treatment cycles. >> reporter: many women who undergo ibf can only do it once. and wanted to double their odds. but this new technology could limit some of the rolling of the dice aspect. this is something that women will have to discuss on a case-by-case basis, with their doctor, based on their age and their particular fertility problem. >> dr. besser's mantra. >> thank you, linsey. >>> coming up, very special performance from the cast of "the lion king," as we remember nelson mandela. >>> good morning. i'm kristen sze. a san jose police officer is recovering from injuries suffered in a rear ending crash this morning. ilt happened shortly before 6:00 on san carlos street. investigators say the officers patrol car was stopped at a light when a speeding driver hit him from behind. the suspect got out of his vehicle and tried to run, but a nearby hotel security guard chased him down and tackled him. and pol
CNBC
Dec 5, 2013 9:00am EST
, obviously this is a company that people don't understand is most technologically oriented. when you look at ford, they have done the most with the web. they a big sales force.com platform. so alan mulally is critical to the stock. mark fields, the number two, is terrific. but i think the stock goes up every day because they think this man is going there. >> interesting write-up in usa today about it. it's still outsold by the camaro over at she chevy. they need to do something to get more women to buy it to a large degree. about a quarter of all mustang buyer res women. >> we had a 1954 original distance. >> what? >> yeah. my mom bought it. loved them. loved the mustang. >> we were big ford people. by the way, guess rememe always drove a lincoln. those were in the days when they drove tesla. gm is hotter than ford. >> apparently they've done some designing with the new chassis. they've been able to lower the roof, lower the hood, lower the dashboard so it has more ooh a streamlined look. and as far as microsoft, the release of the surface 2. >> i thought that was amazing. this basically
Bloomberg
Dec 6, 2013 3:00am EST
the course of the next year. many places will benefit, a lot of technology companies because a lot of the investment is going into increased efficiencies rather than the capital deepening or machine machinery or equipment. >> peter, thank you so much for being with us for the first half of the program. peter oppenheimer. coming up on the program, we take a look at the life and legacy of nelson mandela. as we head to break, several elebrities have been speaking. bono said -- >> welcome back to move. i'm francine lacqua at bloomberg's european headquarters here in london. wiver 30 minutes into the -- we're 30 minutes into the trading day. let's see how things are shaping up. stocks for the moment pretty much at advancing. you can see the character -- the cac the dax and the ftse up. euro/dollar will be driven by the sentiment from the u.s. jobs data. you can see dollar/yen 102.19. chief abe is calling for a summit with the chinese president. he wants to discuss tensions over an air defense zone in the east china sea. japan has its own zones to protect its claim to strategicically im
CNN
Dec 9, 2013 3:00am PST
na crash in san francisco. the question is, is is too much technology to blame? >> her we go again, four days until the dead loan to get a budget deal down. are we facing another government shutdown? (vo) you are a business pro. maestro of project management. baron of the build-out. you need a permit... to be this awesome. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle... and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. (aaron) purrrfect. (vo) meee-ow, business pro. meee-ow. go national. go like a pro. still running in the morning? yeah. getting your vegetables every day? when i can. [ bop ] [ male announcer ] could've had a v8. two full servings of vegetables for only 50 delicious calories. budget deal down. budget deal down. >> welcome back to "new day," everyone. pilot error may be the result of a report, they are relying on cockpit computers by the pilots. we are taking a look at this. allison, what more are you hearing from this report? >> the ntsb is having a report coming out on tuesday. it will be a
FOX News
Dec 5, 2013 3:00am PST
. extraordinarily, darrell issa yesterday said that he had testimony that apparently a large internet technology company offered the federal government, we will build your site for free. and the federal government passed on it. who was it? i was reading on-line, it was probably ibm because i think in 2010, the ceo was talking about yeah, we offered the federal government to build it for them, but they passed. think about that. we could have saved a billion dollars. it could have been done by ibm, the gold standard in that kind of technology and we passed. what? well, maybe there is no incentive in washington to save money or do it right. >> and david kennedy, who you heard from, he's a white house hacker, he went on to compare obamacare web site with amazon.com and he said, how would you rate -- he was asked, how would you rate amazon in terms of security? he gave them a 10. and he went -- he said that the obamacare web site, he'd give about a 2 in terms of security. these are experts, saying they're spending too much money for the formula. let us know what you think about that. obamacare isn't
PBS
Dec 2, 2013 11:00am PST
and technology something unique about this deal with the aim not just a bug in this country above above around the world. it's we have a special campaign the youth activity. it's a social media campaign the school to share the lights and dumb. you could if you go to facebook for such a delight to see the information. but if you take a picture of yourself if you're between the ages of thirteen of thirty five to take a picture of yourself with a menorah and tag yourself and then use that stuck shut the lights. you could win some fabulous prizes statistic it's around the world. xbox is a station that sector. in addition to holding the social media campaign the year the banksia that lets the whole deposit that with his family and helping the community. i'm soo the right to treat and one in london. the so one thousand supporters receipts for a golden dawn had gathered at parliament to protest the attainment of the party's leader and two additional lawmakers the crowd wait to read classics and shouted slogans supporting golden dawn's leader he could sneak a lead ups who has been detained for charges
PBS
Dec 7, 2013 8:00pm PST
're on is moving ahead with tests on more efficient technology to enrich uranium. this comes just two weeks after six world powers clinched a deal with tehran over its nuclear program. the move does not openly contradicted the geneva agreement and the us atomic watchdog has been kept informed about developments. in those six people suspected of stealing a truck was highly radioactive material in a medical scanner have been released from the hospital only the youngest suspect was sixteen years old was found to have traces of radioactive poisoning them and will remain in detention for further questioning the vehicle was carrying extremely dangerous cobalt sixty when it was hijacked at gunpoint near the capital earlier this week. a dream destination for millions but apparently it is a nightmare for those trying to settle down there. many find the higher ranked tiny flats and therefore condition. and to some other things that are turning parents into a city of broken dreams. he's so silly reports it all looks great on paper but anyone with an aspirational living in central paris. this covers the nigh
ABC
Dec 8, 2013 5:30pm PST
deep-sea fuel technology. a 50,000-pound, ingeniously wired machine that optimizes raw data to help safely discover and maximize resources in extreme conditions. our current situation seems rather extreme. why can't we maximize our... ready. ♪ brilliant. let's get out of here. warp speed. ♪ [ coughing ] [ crying ] sorry. [ male announcer ] new robitussin dm max nighttime. fast, powerful cough relief that helps you sleep like a baby. robitussin nighttime. don't suffer the coughequences. >>> finally tonight here, nelson mandela, of course, the man who inspired the world. but you're about to meet the little boy who inspired nelson mandela. it was just more than a decade ago, the world first met little nkosi johnson, the south african boy born with hiv. he'd lost his mother to aids, and at a time when south africa was unwilling to talk about the disease, nkosi bravely stood before the world and did. >> we are normal. we are human beings. we can walk, we can talk. we have needs just like everyone else. we are all the same. thank you. >> reporter: that woman, giving the thumbs-up righ
CSPAN
Dec 1, 2013 9:00pm EST
to help londoners is to ensure that we have a safe and affordable tube, and that we use modern technology to deliver that. the conversation that the hon. lady needs to have is with the trade union that has done so much damage to our underground. we ought to have no-strike deals on the underground and permanent systems that provide a good service. >> earlier this week in
Al Jazeera America
Dec 4, 2013 10:00am EST
made ground work for cinematography. once technology caught up with the art, modern day film as we know it, or talkies were born. and silent film effectively disappeared. the golden age of the american silent film lasted from 1912 to 1939. during that period nearly 11,000 movies were made. but most can't be seen today. only a quarter have survived in this their entirety. a lot of them in a lower quality than the original format. another 5% incomplete. one of them is this version of cleopatra. the minutes are preserved and now prized as a cinematic classic. the latest study released blames decay and neglect for the loss. the first generation of film stock was made of nitrate, but movie studios have also played a role in destroying prints and negatives, and along with it a part of history. >>> fantastic. let's talk more about this now with michael hogan. he joins us live from new york. michael good to have you with us. this is a tragedy, isn't it? a cultural legacy lost. >> thank you. well, it is. you know, there are 11,000 of these films were made, that's almost 600 a year, and to think
Al Jazeera America
Dec 5, 2013 10:00am EST
need to do to make us better, that fits our needs. >> and it is leadier in health care and technology. pittsburgh does tunes the huge wealth -- >> thank you very much. three wickets, could have been better in the final session of three. after some ill tempered exchanges in the first half, no less competitive this i'mout. >> we still hate each other's guts. [ laughter ] >> i told michael clarke i'd rip his ears off. this is also going to be a bit of a niggle. >> a lot's being said, but i don't think that either side is upset about it. it was pretty good. i didn't really see, you know excessive sledging or anything like that. it's still very competitive, but you expect that. >> >> no oh current new zealand players are being investigated. no games placed in new zealand are being investigated. no matches are being investigated. >> new zealand on the field are in a good position. they are following on, still trailed by more than 200 runs. >> manchester united david moises doing his best, beaten 1-0 by his former club. edmonton with their first win at united in 20 years. they are 12 points
FOX News
Dec 5, 2013 12:00pm PST
them frequently. >> james, a director of technology strategy. >>> one other thing you can do for things like your bank consider the or gmail, there are often two steps, password setups you can do if you want so you have your password and then you have to get a code sent to your cell phone or something. so it's a two-step thing. anybody trying to access your account, even if they have your password, you would be notified and can stop it. lots of ways to protect yourself. >> federal prosecutors are accusing more than four dozen russian diplomats and their spouses of committing massive medicaid fraud. costing taxpayers here $1.5 million over the past decade. according to the indictment, the suspects did it by underreporting their own income and going on lavish vacations and buying expensive clothes and julie -- jewelry. today the u.s. attorney says that diplomacy should be about extending hands, not picking pockets in the host country. the indictment calls for the arrest of all 49 suspects, but so far the feds say they haven't busted a single person. why? the same reason in new york city y
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